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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONC.TJLTJ. T H., MONDVT, JUKE 27, 1910
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fpr our Annual Sale. - It
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Notice will appear in a few .
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Pattern Hats - $10
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FOR THIS WEEK
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777 KING ST.
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(Speclnl to Bulletin)
Walluku, Juno 25. William White
Is hero to work for prohibition. lip,
will to hero for about ten dnjH or
more Other local leaders will li-lp
him In the cnuse. Senator W, J. fool
ho and Mr. J. Mahukii are now on
Kant Maul working for the Interest of
At tho session of the I.l'imir License
Commissioners held at Knmnul this
week, the applications of AIMudu of
Lahalna for a wholesale Mrcti'O and
that of Antone llorba of Wnllul .1 for
retail license were refused Thj nth
cru'wero granted by the commission
ers. This makes now fourteen places
In this county whero liquor Is sold to
the public. It Is understood, how
ever, that the license of Mr. 1. Josopli
or Pulehu, Kdla, will also m re.'unrd.
It Is tho belief of the Maul Liquor
Commissioners that there are already
too many liquor licenses allowed on
Maul, hence their disposition lo limit
tho same by cutting off a faw which
hae been the sources of ma'iy com
plaints In tho past. The Oommhslon
crs also have ordered that tin nuloons
be open on July Uh. nnd there- ii nl
ready a dlfferenco of opinion on that
action of tho commissioners. Mnny
people liavo petitioned for and aq ilnst
these applications and tho lotnmla
s loners havo'done what they lliotifht
wise and for the best Intoraits of tho
community In the .preniUus. there
III bo no liquor privileges immlttcd
at the rnce track on July Fourth, und
so the largo number of peoplo who
will patronize the races on that i'ay
will not find any liquor sold on tho
premises as heretofore.
AH I MY BROTHER'S
Kdltor Evening It u 1 1 o 1 1 n:
It was either a misapprehension
of the facts and existing circum
stances, or It was mere campaign
talk which, led Pastor Jones of tho
Methodist church to say last night
mat ine amocatcs of the saloons
Insist that to prohibit the oxlstence
Of saloons would be an Infringement
on the personal liberty of individ
A part truth often has the effect
of an untruth, or, at least, tho ap
pearance of an untruth. It Is true
that "the advocates of the saloon"
bellevp In the personal liberty of
Individuals, but It Is also true that
tu.told numbers of men and wcraen
who are not necessarily "advocates
of tho saloon' believe in tho In.
alienable right of personal liberty
anu tne right of men and women to
choose for themselves as long as
they are sane and law-abiding. .
If the people want saloons thoy
should havo saloons, and. what Is
more, they WILL have saloons, but
Just because a few meddlesome agi
tators wish to ordain that tnere
shall be no saloons It does not fol.
low that the great majority should
surrender their liberty.
Liberty 1b of tho mind as much.
or more, than It Is of the body. To
say to a man "thou shnlt cot kill"
Is as much for his benefit n fnr llm
'Test of humanity and Is concurred
in uy nimseir, tor no sane,, man un
less In self-defense or In warfare
has any desire to kill another; but
to say to a man "thou shalt not
drink" Is to arbitrarily command
what he has a perfect right to re
fuse to obey, and to promulgate an
order in which he tloes not concur.
The Ilev, Jones sus there "pre-
vulls ap ambition nmoug some to
throw oft all restraint."
This la a most "learned" saying.
Indeed, for It would anoeur that
since the memory of man hath
known nothing to the contrary,
there hus been alwas au ambition
among some to "throw off all re
straint," Merchants have been am
bitious to .throw off the restraint
of customs dues. Citizens have been
ambitious to throw off the restraint
of taxes; oven corporations havo
been known to have an ambition to
avoid taxes. Lovers have been am.
bltlous to throw off the restraint ot
law, Hut merchants are not pro
hibited from buying and selllne. nor
are citizens Jailed for their "ambi
tion" to throw off tho restraint of
taxes, though, rightly, they are pun
ished If thoy don't nay. So Is It
and so should It continue to be with
saloons, even though there bo among
the saloons au "ambition to throw
off all restraint" of law. The law
Is thero to restrain, and wo havo
pollco and liquor commlssloueru jo
restrain, and it would appear tuat
they are doing very well In their
This cry of prohibition has been,
Is and will continue to be, nt least
until such time as humans lose n
Ti : : ' r-i mi
THE wife of a fam
writes us that
the best way to
clean diamonds and other
precious stones is to "soak
them over night in a
bowlful of Ivory Soap
and water. Shavings of
the- soap dropped into
warm water are best.
In the morning, rinse
thoroughly with hot
water, 'and behold 1 they
are as bright as when
received from the jew
994foo Per Cent. Pure
- LAID TO REST
At Church and
Rccauso of tho appreciation nnd
aloha thoy havo for the late Senator
Frank It. K. Harvey, the poolas jes
tcrday volunteered their services and
escorted tho remains of tho deceased
by drawing the hearse of the deceas
ed. This Is rather unusual, ns tho
drawing of tho 'hearse by poolas Is
regarded by tho Hnwallans as only
applicable, to tho members of tho royal
Prominent among thoso who Joined
tho funeral procession wcro Senators
W. O. Smith, Charles F. Chilling
worth, C. J. McCarthy, Link McCand
less; Representative II. M. Kanlho,
Dan Knmnhu ami J. H. Wise, who was
once tho clerk of tho loner branch of
tho Hawaiian Legislature. Maor J.
J. Fern with .Becrctary Rlvenlnirs
wero also In n carriage, following tho
The funeral procession was tho most
Impressive seen hero In Honolulu for
many yenrs. Tho officers of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company
und captains of different steamers In
port wcro also inmong the followers.
Tho members of tho Hill Olwl, Ka-
mehameha Lodge and St. Godrge also
showed their respect for tho deceased
by follqwlng the cortoso to tho ceme
tery, whe'ro Impressive) services for
the dead wcro held preparatory lo In
terment. Tho Kamchamcha Lodge attired In
their feather cloaks of yellow and
rich purple with silk hats, wore err
talnly the center of attraction. Tho
Oiwls, sisters nnd brothers, as usual,
were? in white with tholr rich golden
ribbons on their breasts.
After tho sorvlccs had been con
ducted In tho Cathollo Church by Ills
Holiness Hlshop Libert, tho funeral
procession, headed by the Hawaiian
band marched down Fort street and
on King to tho iCatholic cemetery.
CASTOR I A
For Infants, and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bovfht
Signature of CAazf-OcJUAi
taste for anything- except wuter, the
cry of Impotent though perhaps
earnest fanatics, lund therefore will
full In accomplishing anything bUt
a huge disgust fqr that element of
human nature which Is foreer
meddling In vain uttempts.
A man may he "his brother's
keeper," but he has no right to be
his brother's Jailor,
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WORLD'S LARQEST RESERVOIR.
WASHINGTON, June L Prelimin
ary work In connection with the Illo
flrondo Irrigation project . will bo In'
aiiRurotcd at once by tho reclamation
serMco It I if proposed to begin tho
actual construction of the foundation
of the great Knglo dam, tho most im
portant engineering feature of the
project, by July, 1911.
Tho Illo Ornudu project wll pro
vide for tho reclamation of 180,000
acres of lam lying In New Mexico
and Texas. It Is estlmnhd that thu
cnllro project will cost iS.'lOO.OhO. The
Fnglo dntn, which will ho ono of (he
mortxtinnrknlile structures of Its kind!
In the world, will ba made ot rubble
concrete, with a maximum height of
2C5 feet and length of crest of 1 40Q
feet Tho dam will contain IIO.iWO
Thu reservoir created by it will b"
the largest nrtluclal body of water
in the world, hnvlng n capacity of 2.
E38.000 aero feet, or enough wnUr, to
cover that mnny acres a foot dep.
Its capacity will lio nearly double III it
of the Roosevelt dam In Arizona.
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